Informal "Animorphism" and The Perverse
By John Edward Randall
Monday 8th May 2017 - 16:57 ET
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"Animorphism", or equivalent terminology, is the belief that animal or foreign DNA can be incorporated into an entity's body. If a piece of clay can be animated, it would make sense that any material may be animated; what is left to determine is what faculty would allow us to do that, and in our science how we would yield the best results.
Being a 'Dr. Moreau' is out of the question. In this art, the properties are most attractive if they are 'multiplous' and if the operation is ‘CLEAN’. It is not obscene to incorporate foreign DNA: any biology or collection of properties is itself, regardless of the connotation of those properties. None-the-less, an animal is seemingly a DEMON incarnate. Only attractive or useful reasons to use such properties push the pursuit. Our perception of the unknown is directed by the forces of thought.
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